Two people injured in Pacific Highway crash

UPDATE, 2.30PM: TWO people injured in a three-vehicle accident at Dirty Creek have been transported to Coffs Harbour Health Campus for further treatment.

Paramedics treated two people who managed to escape their vehicles after the crash.

Two Halfway Creek RFS trucks and a truck from Woolgoolga Fire Station were on scene, where they cleaned debris and oil off the Pacific Highway.

UPDATE, 1.45PM: ONE person is believed to have been injured in a three-vehicle crash at Dirty Creek. 

Grafton Highway Patrol officers confirmed two cars and one heavy vehicle were involved in the crash, which was reported to emergency services about 1pm. 

There were initial reports one person was trapped, but the extent of their injuries is not yet known.

Moderate traffic conditions are still in place. 

EARLIER: EMERGENCY services are attending a crash at Dirty Creek involving a car and a truck.

According to Live Traffic NSW, there are alternating (stop/slow) traffic conditions in place on the Pacific Highway.

Expect delays. More to come.



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